Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity, and Entrepreneurial Transactions

Structuring Private Equity, Venture Capital and Entrepreneurial Transactions

The tax liability of your client is something that you will now be able to minimize with great ease and also avoid a number of legal blunders as well as prepare for a number of potential benefits all with the help of Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Transactions. It is something that you can use in a number of business transactions such as:

Forming Private Equity Fund

Selling a Particular Business

Going Public

Troubled Company Reorganizations and Workouts

Industry Consolidations

Management and Leveraged Buyouts

Growth Equity Investments

Money and Brain Deals

Start Ups for a New Business

Venture Capital Financing

Guided by the well known approach of transaction by transaction that has been invented by Jack S Levin you will be able to make the economic, tax as well as legal structuring consequence that is associated with each and every deal of your client something that will benefit him or her.

Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Transactions [With New 2008 Edition of Structuring Venture]

This is really a hands on resources and is written by an authority who is the most sought after in his field. You will, upon following this method be able to

Control future rights for exiting profitable ventures

Maximize returns with regard to successful transactions

Distribute tax burden in favor of the client

Book Review

Michael Carr’s terrific Smarter Investing in Any Economy: The Definitive Guide to Relative Strength Investingis out and it is well worth reading. First of all, it is a good survey of the literature, much of which is forty or more years old and obscure today. Second, it does a nice job of presenting the basic relative strength concepts and building on them gradually in a comprehensible manner. Finally, he presents and tests some systematic relative strength ideas and sets the reader up in a manner that will facilitate success.
Along the way Mr. Carr highlights the work of interesting contemporary practitioners such as Clay Allen and outlines some of many different approaches that are in use today. All in all, this book has something for the reader interested in relative strength, no matter whether an experienced professional or a relative novice. –John Bollinger, Capital Growth Letter (June 2008)

Structuring Venture Capital, Private Equity and Entrepreneurial Transactions [With New 2008 Edition of Structuring Venture]

About the Author

Michael Carr has been trading for more than twenty years and is a chartered market technician. Carr began researching relative strength trading more than a decade ago and after retiring from the U.S. Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel, he became a full-time relative strength investor.

He is the editor of the Market Technicians Association (MTA) monthly newsletter, Technically Speaking, and associate editor of the MTA’s scholarly publication, Journal of Technical Analysis. Carr also serves on the board of directors of the MTA Educational Foundation. His work has been published in SFO, Futures, TRADERS , and Working Money. Carr lives in northern Colorado with his fiancée, Eileen, and their English springer spaniel, Bandit.

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